x = independently organized TED event


This event occurred on
November 17, 2022
London, Sutton
United Kingdom

TEDxSuttonHighStreet will cover how we move, work and connect and how we can co-create a better future in Sutton High Street and beyond.

This is a limited-capacity, free-entry event giving you the opportunity to hear from six inspirational speakers on how we can together create a prosperous, thriving and sustainable Sutton for all.

The Sound Lounge
216-220 High Street
London, Sutton, SM1 1NU
United Kingdom
Event type:
Countdown (What is this?)
See more ­T­E­Dx­Sutton­High­Street events


Speakers may not be confirmed. Check event website for more information.

Ali Clifford

Founder of Incredibusy Community
Ali is a London based stylist, who in a previous life ran the Design Studio for a well-known British Department Store group, and went on to be Creative Director for one of the founding organic and fairtrade kidswear brands in the UK. Now with her own business,, she works with predominantly ethical and sustainable SMEs, establishing and maintaining a strong, engaging online presence for them. As a social media consultant and trainer, she is passionate about sustainability, and strive to direct focus away from fast fashion and promote slow living and everything that stands for. She has been fortunate to be able to work with some of the most forward thinking socially aware brands – who have circular economy and ethical values at the heart of what they are doing.

Cllr Barry Lewis

Chair of the London Borough of Sutton's Environment and Sustainable Transport Committee
Barry is Councillor for Wallington North ward and the Chair of the London Borough of Sutton's Environment and Sustainable Transport Committee

Dr Michael Fell

Senior Research Fellow, Bartlett School Environment, Energy & Resources, Faculty of the Built Environment (UCL)
Dr Michael Fell is a senior research fellow at UCL Energy Institute, University College London. His work looks at the social aspects of our transition to a low carbon energy system. In particular, he is interested in who might win or lose from this transition, and how benefits can be spread most broadly.

Hana Sutch

Co-Founder & CEO at Go Jauntly
Hana is co-founder and CEO at Go Jauntly, a health and wellness company who created Go Jauntly, an award-winning walking, wayfinding and nature connection app. The app breaks down barriers to walking by helping people discover walks and share outdoor adventures with friends. Go Jauntly partners with a variety of organisations including Transport for London, local authorities and other brands and organisations to increase walking for leisure, active travel and nature connection. Hana is also the podcast host of 'Nature Bantz' and is a strong believer in tech for good

Rachel Kan

Founder of The Ecosystem incubator
Rachel has been a designer & design manager in the commercial fashion industry for over 2 decades. She has been working within sustainability for the last 7. She also lectures on sustainability and ethics in business at university. Her down to earth relatable style is always welcomed, It's often said that her get the job done attitude is refreshing in our industry. She has a background in multi product over all with niche knowledge in kidswear. Rachel has recently been working within Circular Earth and her collaborative ''The Ecosystem Incubator'' ( which received a commended award at the Drapers sustainable fashion awards) focusing on circularity, longevity, reporting, using waste, whole systems thinking and regenerative and new economic practice.

Sue Riddlestone OBE

Chief Executive & Co-Founder of Bioregional
Sue is the Chief Executive and Co-Founder of Bioregional, an award-winning sustainability charity and social enterprise that works with partners to create better, more sustainable places to live, work and do business. Sue is a Skoll, Schwab and Ashoka award-winning social entrepreneur with 30 years of experience in co-creating and leading teams to implement ways in which we can lead a sustainable lifestyle. This includes the world-famous BedZED eco-village in Sutton, south London, where Sue lives, and work with Kingfisher B&Q to create a strategy for sustainable operations and products. Sue draws on her work to change policy and practice in the UK and internationally. She led Bioregional’s efforts in lobbying international governments at the UN to create what became the Sustainable Development Goals in 2015. She was awarded an OBE in 2013 for services to sustainable business and to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Organizing team

Baptista Ribeiro

London, United Kingdom